Agora Object: S 162
Inventory Number:   S 162
Section Number:   Δ 61
Title:   Hekataion
Category:   Sculpture
Description:   Heads missing; bottom somewhat broken, seems to have been cut to fit in socket.
The three figures stand with backs together, the line of their extended arms holding out drapery which forms a double frame between them, save in the case of one which has the right arm bent sharply at the elbow. They are dressed in peplum with overfall girt at the waist and hanging below in regular folds. The skirt is done in the style if some of the Acropolis maidens, clinging to the legs and drawn out on either side, with bunched folds hanging down the middle.
Indifferent work, much battered.
Pentelic marble.
Context:   At surface.
Notebook Page:   64
Negatives:   Leica
Dimensions:   P.H. 0.115; W. 0.06; Th. 0.06
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Chronology:   1st od 2nd c. A.D.
Date:   4 February 1932
Section:   Δ
Grid:   Δ:19/ΙΗ
Bibliography:   Agora XI, no. 142, p. 102, pl. 35.
References:   Publication: Agora XI
Publication Page: Agora 11, s. 105, p. 86
Publication Page: Agora 11, s. 121, p. 102
Publication Page: Agora 11, s. 196, p. 177
Image: 2010.19.0102 (Leica S 162)
Notebook: Δ-1
Notebook Page: Δ-1-36 (pp. 63-64)
Card: S 162
Card: S 162